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Process name: X10 Module

Product: x10 Module or X10 Device Network Service or BreezeBrowser Pro or X10 Hardware

Support: Help link   Update link   Uninstall tool  

Company: X10 (x10.com)

File: X10nets.exe


This process is a part of the software package that is installed to run various home automation packages from the company X10, which is called ActiveHome. X10 products include items such as switches, controllers and sensors, which communicate with each other by sending data signals over the electrical wires in your house ("power line networking").http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/x10nets.exe.html 

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Users Opinions

Average user rating of X10nets.exe: based on 29 votes. Read also the 20 reviews.

  • 2033 users ask for this file. 19 users rated it as not dangerous. 5 users rated it as neutral. 4 users rated it as little bit dangerous. One user rated it as dangerous. 3 users didn't rate it ("don't know").

All comments about X10nets.exe:
sound software simon
This gets installed with the ActiveHome Professional software from X10 and is used to communicate to the remote control devices of this package. Larry E. Taylor
part of snapstream firefly X10 RF remote  See also: Link mprost
Remote Control Unit x1
Its for ATI Grafics card :) Svan
agree with mprost, it's harmless philpw99
Interferes with Lego Mindstorms NXT software, causing Bluetooth to fail.  See also: Link Brian
Medion TV-Karte Miraculix
I think it is part of some software that the CO X10 uses with its cameras  See also: Link John Beard
Some sound software & RF remotes use this like Remote Wonder from ATI. Joe
kokotina najhrubsieho zrna  See also: Link Fico
I own some x10 devices but this process was consuming 25% of my CPU - I may turn it on again to find out is it is using Port 80 to send data or share my CPU. On the last couple weeks my system stopped sleeping at night - suspicious. GES
If it is for the ATI graphics card, what is it doing in my computer? I have *never* had an ATI graphics card in my computer. nVidea only. Daniel
X10 is used for domotica (home-automation) Paulus
takes 50 % of processors power jouko
This software is part of Active Home Pro software for the X10 company. The active home program is used with their active home module that is used to automate electrical items. Gary
Installes with X10 driver. It opens COM ports at irregular intervals, also seems to wake computer from sleep to do serial IO on COM ports. I detected this by running Eltima Serial port monitor. pompel
X10 pro software communication program
Medion remote control for use with Windows Media Centre. Sparks
It's not dangerous but it's a resource hog (50% cpu usage) and I've no idea it got on my PC, hence I've removed it and classified it as crapware Beret Gascon

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